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I probably wouldn't have chosen to visit this museum on my own, but it was part of a river cruise bus tour. I would have missed out on an interesting exhibit.
The museum provided personal audio guides as part of admission which were helpful as...More
We thought it was closing, but they let us in at 6 PM. That was plenty of time to see the Tapistry. It is quite a piece of art and History all in one. It runs for about 100 feet, and comes with a self...More
No photo can do this tapestry justice. It is actually an embroidery on linen, 70 meters long (about 200 feet) filled with stories and people and horses fairly bursting out of the fabric. his work is simply stunning, and like nothing else you'll see ......More
We spent around 45 minutes enjoying this museum. The Bayeux tapestry tells the story of William the Conqueror, and the audio guide included with your admission was very worth listening to, explaining each of the panels and what was happening. It was hard to believe...More
The Bayeux Tapestry is 200+ feet long and tells the story of William the Conqueror and his invasion force the sailed from Bayeux in 1066. They landed in England and ultimately defeated and conquered all of England, forever changing English History.
The museum does a marvelous job displaying and presenting the Bayeux Tapestry which is nearly 1,000 years old. The tapestry is beautiful, and it is amazing that it has survived so many years in such perfect state. The hand held recorders provide a good narrative...More
Where do you go on a wet day in Normandy? Inside - and this was a brilliant choice. Obviously not as busy as peak season but several well behaved school parties from England and France. The audio guide brought the tapestry to life. I would...More